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City of Grandview Heights Blog


Nov 21

Theft prevention in Grandview Heights

Posted on November 21, 2017 at 3:38 PM by Laura Oldham

The Grandview Heights Police Department would like to remind residents and visitors to take steps to prevent thefts from vehicles.

1. Remove valuables / shopping bags from your vehicle.
2. Lock your vehicle.
3. Call the police department (614-488-7901) if you see anything suspicious. Call 9-1-1 to report a crime in progress.

By working together, we will continue to make Grandview Heights a great place to live, work and play!


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Oct 31

Curbside recycling in Grandview Heights

Posted on October 31, 2017 at 8:30 AM by Laura Oldham

Here's the latest flyer from Rumpke detailing what you can recycle in the City of Grandview Heights via our curbside recycling program. 

Paper: 
  • Office paper, junk mail, folders
  • Magazines, catalogs, phone books
  • Newspaper, including inserts
  • Flattened cardboard
  • Paperboard
  • Clean pizza boxes

Plastic bottles and jugs

Cartons

Metals: 
  • Aluminum cans, steel cans, tin cans

Glass bottles and jars

Unacceptable items: 
  • Plastic bags
  • Styrofoam
  • Medical sharps or syringes
  • Window or drinking glass
  • Coat hangers or scrap metal
  • Plastics that are not bottles or jugs

Grandview Heights Recycling

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Sep 29

Update: Residential burglaries

Posted on September 29, 2017 at 1:38 PM by Laura Oldham

This morning, September 29, 2017, officers from the Grandview Heights Police Department and Columbus Police S.W.A.T. executed a search warrant at 123 N. Burgess Ave. The search warrant was a result of numerous investigations into residential burglaries and breaking and enterings that occurred in Grandview Heights earlier this month.

Officers recovered multiple items that had been reported stolen from a recent burglary on Willard Ave. Multiple suspects were detained and questioned. The matter is still under investigation, and once complete, will be referred to the prosecutor’s office for consideration of criminal charges.

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